Low Temperature Coatings for Industrial Applications (Technical Insights)
The need for energy saving and conservation attributes continually push more global efforts to developing energy-conservative solutions. These energy efficient solutions especially for coatings can only be achieved if the temperature for cure, baking and other processing parameters can be reduced. Additionally, coatings for extreme low temperature sustenance has also come into the scenario. All these needs have made stakeholders think again on development of low temperature coatings with energy efficiency as well as environment saving attributes. The applications and forms may vary though and each new form may have its own problems
Several resin/ hardener combinations are required in the form of coats and paints, each one formulated to perform best in a different range of application temperatures. The structure and chemistry of the coatings depend on complex production processes which involve regulated temperatures to achieve their strength and longevity. Some resin/ hardener combinations for coatings can be formulated to cure in temperatures as low as 35°F.
This research service discusses low temperature coating trends in industrial applications, with a clearly segregated section on roadmap assessment and evolving opportunities.
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